Your optimal health begins with our senior rehabilitation and skilled nursing care.

Whether you need specialized therapies to heal from an accident, or your loved one requires medical expertise to manage an illness, call us. We can guide you back to your best possible health.

Fueling your recovery with expert medicine and caring.

We are here to help you or your family member regain strength, mobility and functionality. It all starts with a simple question: How may we help you?

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Treating you like the unique person you are.

Our patient-centered approach is the foundation of our personalized care. By crafting your treatments around your goals and lifestyle, we can affect the best possible results.

Striving to enrich your healing process.

Haircuts and color? Trips to the beach? Delicious meals? They’re all part of our Life Enrichment program; designed to keep you feeling positive and motivated throughout your rehabilitation.

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Our virtual tour makes it easy to look around our center anytime. Enjoy 360-degree views of our patient rooms, courtyard with deck and more.

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Current COVID-19 Testing Information for Glen Oaks Health and Rehabilitation Center

Data reflects current information as of May 24, 2020.

  • A positive test confirms evidence of the virus, but does not confirm the patient is experiencing symptoms.
  • A negative result indicates that a test has been administered and the result was negative for COVID-19.
  • Pending means that a test has been administered, but results have not been received prior to this information being published.
  • Staff members who are active positive are not working until cleared by the local department of health. Active positive staff cases reflect only staff members that are currently out of work due to COVID-positive status.
  • Mitigating Factors: restricting visitation, screening staff and essential vendors/visitors with temperature checks, routine symptom checks and temperature/oxygen saturation checks for patients, infection prevention and control procedures in place such as hand hygiene, mask use, social distancing, and routine cleaning/sanitizing.

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